by guest contributor, Jenny Boyle Penney Have you ever been to a restaurant where the ambiance is “off”? You feel it in your body, sometimes even without knowing why. You might decide you won’t dine there again. You might even decide not to dine there at all. When we enter a visual space, there’s a physiological effect as our subconscious …
Seattle Trike is the first shop in the Seattle area to specialize in selling and modifying recumbent tricycles. While this lack of local competition presents a significant opportunity, it also creates a challenge around education: Many people are either unfamiliar with recumbent trikes, or under the impression that they are only for individuals who can’t ride a bicycle—those with disabilities of some kind.
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This is the time of year when people reflect on the past and look towards the future. Meaning, they sort through the year’s worth of piles on their desk and find the things that still need to be done. We are looking back to ponder what positive learning we’re carrying forward into 2019. Resolutions are not our thing. What is? Improvement through learning, practice, and refinement of what is already working. Below are some insights from our team members’ living and learning in 2018.
Cynthia Creasey and Mack McCoy are real-estate experts with more than 20 years of experience helping clients navigate the Puget Sound housing market. Their branding, however, felt as if it had 20 years of experience as well. (That’s usually not a good thing.)